“The Sierra Club Clean Energy Match-Ups are meant to connect sports to the idea that dirty and dangerous on campus coal plants need to be replaced by clean and affordable solutions for the health of the players and the students.” Continue reading Sierra Club takes coal fight to college basketball
Chris Christie poses on fracking. Continue reading Pose: Christie signs one-year fracking ban in New Jersey
“Keystone XL has the capacity to deliver 830,000 barrels of oil per day to U.S. refineries in Cushing, Oklahoma and the Gulf of Mexico.” Continue reading TransCanada: Keystone XL creates 20,000 jobs
Please pass her a tissue made from Canada’s “Boreal” forests. Continue reading Hayhoe now whining to Canadians
The enviro war against chlorine claims more victims. Continue reading Deadly cantaloupe listeria outbreak blamed on non-chlorinated wash
The droner-in-chief thanks EPA staff with banalities. Continue reading Obama addresses EPA employees
Oughtn’t Rolling Stone wait to see how California’s climate pioneering works out before handing out plaudits? Continue reading Mary Nichols a ‘Leader Who Gets Things Done’?
Rolling Stone embraces the prizes-for-everyone culture. Continue reading Van Jones a ‘Leader Who Gets Things Done’?
We’ve checked it out. Continue reading Solar-powered light bulbs = Hope?
“It is five minutes to midnight. Two years ago, it appeared that world leaders might address the truly global threats that we face. In many cases, that trend has not continued or been reversed. For that reason, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is moving the clock hand one minute closer to midnight, back to its time in 2007.” Continue reading Global Warming Helps Moves Doomsday Clock One Minute Closer to Midnight
“Worst of all, EPA claimed in federal district and appellate courts that respecting the couple’s due process rights by granting them judicial review of the order would be a “disservice” to the agency.” Continue reading Examiner: Constitutional right of due process at stake in EPA case
Stink bugs have spread to 36 states — so where are the insecticides? Continue reading Stinkbugs rule as government, pesticide industry dither